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Learn spoken Levantine (Syrian/Lebanese) Arabic with engaging and interesting episodes covering culture, history, politics, and the stories of people from the region. These clips are in slow, simplified spoken Arabic from the Levant, with English interjections to help you along. We also provide Arabic and English transcripts on our website:
 
Alternative Frequencies | غيّر الموجة is a new bilingual podcast by the Lebanese Center for Policy Studies - a Beirut-based, independent, and non-profit research organization - dropping new episodes every Tuesday at 5PM (UTC+3). Recognizing a renewed interest in understanding the factors that led Lebanon into its overlapping crises, and wanting to discuss ways to move forward during these uncertain times, LCPS brings you informed 30-minute conversations with experts, scholars and activists o ...
 
Freedom Church is a contemporary church serving Lebanon, Boone County, and the northwest area of Indianapolis. Our purpose is to lead people into a new life of freedom in Jesus. If you would like to find out more about Freedom Church, visit our website at www.welcometofreedom.church
 
True Story Tent is a Middle East-based initiative that brings people together to share and listen to true personal stories. Without the aid of notes, every storyteller stands in front of an audience and shares one true story from their life. In this podcast, we share some of our favorites and speak to the storytellers to get a deeper insight into their stories.
 
Larry Rice was born in McAllen, Texas in 1949 where he graduated from Sharyland High School in 1967. He attended Concordia College in Austin, Texas and Concordia Senior College in Fort Wayne, Indiana where he received his BA Degree in Theology & Social Psychology in May 1971. Larry Rice was ordained through Calvary Temple in Fort Wayne on December 12, 1971. In 1987 he was honored with a Doctor of Divinity Degree from McKendree College in Lebanon, Illinois.
 
Radiolab is one of the most beloved podcasts and public radio shows in the world. The show is known for its deep-dive journalism and innovative sound design. Created in 2002 by host Jad Abumrad, the program began as an exploration of scientific inquiry. Over the years it has evolved to become a platform for long-form journalism and storytelling. Radiolab is co-hosted by Lulu Miller and Latif Nasser.
 
Amateur Traveler is an award winning audio travel show that focuses primarily on the question: "where should you go next and what should you see, do and eat there?". Amateur Traveler won its creator Chris Christensen a Travel+Leisure SMITTY award as the best independent travel journalist and a Society of American Travel Writers Lowell Thomas Award. It is also used to teach English at Oxford University.
 
Each week, Foreign Policy’s editor in chief, Jonathan Tepperman, will recommend one podcast from around the world, interview the host, and play an excerpt. This curated show is designed to help listeners interested in the things we are—great stories, compelling interviews, and cogent analysis on international affairs—sort through the overwhelming variety of podcasts out there and find the best ones. And occasionally you’ll hear audio from our own newsroom. FP Playlist replaces our flagship p ...
 
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Paul’s goal for the Christians in Thessalonica is that they would walk in a manner worthy of God. But what does it mean to walk worthy of God? We'll discuss three things that Paul showed these early Christians what that "worthy walk" looked like, in how he came to them and how he acted when he was with them. Scripture Reading: 1 Thessalonians 2:1-8…
 
It's been one year since anti-government protests broke out in Lebanon. They resulted in the resignation of the country's Prime Minister Saad Hariri. However, the sectarian system of politics that protesters wanted changed remains intact today. Frustrations in the country came bubbling to the surface two months ago after a deadly blast rocked Beiru…
 
In the middle of the continuous debate in Lebanon about the Oil & Gas sector, its prospects and how Lebanon can benefit from potential discoveries, Dr. Carole Nakhle sheds the light on the sector's regulations, Lebanon's potential, recent reports from Bloc 4 and future prospects.Subscribe to our channel on your favorite podcast app for more episode…
 
With Lebanon still reeling from the fallout of that devastating explosion in Beirut and also from an ongoing economic crisis, we report on how access to women's healthcare services is becoming problematic. Also as the impact of Covid-19 threatens to derail women's progress around the world, we talk to Professor Linda Scott, author of 'The Double X …
 
Over the last decade in America, there's been a lot of talk about shifting demographics and political change. But one key voting group has remained virtually unaltered: white evangelicals. A staunchly Republican bloc of voters, white evangelical voters make up around 26 percent of the electorate and are particularly strong in the state of Georgia. …
 
Known as "The Unstable One", photographer Jean-Michel Landon wanted to give an unfiltered glimpse of life in the Échat housing project in the French suburb of Créteil. His black and white photos document both the idleness and hope of its youth. But he's more than just a passive photographer. This former social worker also serves as a mentor to his …
 
As India's economy reels from the Covid-19 crisis, a rural employment programme has emerged as a lifeline for some of the tens of millions left jobless, including skilled workers such as engineers and teachers. The programme, called the Mahatma Gandhi National Rural Employment Guarantee Act or MGNREGA, was intended to combat poverty in rural areas.…
 
Cinema has returned to the French Riviera, in the form of a three-day event following the cancellation of Cannes' annual film festival in May. Our reporters in the south of France bring us an update on the reduced selection of films showing on the Croisette, the socially-distanced red carpet and the symbolic importance of screening movies amid a pa…
 
Calls for the boycott of French products are growing across the Muslim world, in response to French President Emmanuel Macron's robust defence of the right to mock religion, Islam included. This follows the brutal murder of a schoolteacher who showed cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. It's the latest twist in a years-long debate about the nature of …
 
IN THE PRESS – Wednesday, October 28, 2020: We take a look at predictions in the French newspapers ahead of a fresh announcement by President Emmanuel Macron on new sanitary measures to fight the Covid-19 pandemic. We also look at newspapers and websites in Italy, the UK and Germany, where surging infection rates are forcing governments to adopt ne…
 
In this edition, we turn our attention to Saudi Arabia, which this week hosted the Women 20 (W2​0) online summit, attended by some of the most powerful women from across the globe. However, there were also many missing faces. Among them were some of the conservative kingdom's most prominent activists, like Loujain al-Hathloul (pictured). According …
 
In this edition, we turn our attention to Saudi Arabia, which this week hosted the Women 20 (W2​0) online summit, attended by some of the most powerful women from across the globe. However, there were also many missing faces. Among them were some of the conservative kingdom's most prominent activists, like Loujain al-Hathloul (pictured). According …
 
French supermarkets have said they are prepared for any rush which might be caused by the announcement of new coronavirus restrictions this Wednesday evening. Business leaders have warned that a general lockdown would cause a large number of firms to go bust and that more government support would be needed. Concern over new restrictions in France a…
 
The beheading of a teacher by an 18 year old outside Paris struck a particularly jarring blow to the French psyche. Samuel Paty was murdered for teaching his students, including young muslims about freedom of speech, including the freedom to mock religion. It was seen by some as an attack on France’s secular values. Stephen Sackur speaks to Dominiq…
 
Apple is stepping up efforts to develop its own search technology, Boris Johnson’s plan to flout international law over Brexit is set to be blocked by the House of Lords, LVMH is in talks to renegotiate its $16.6bn takeover of US jeweller Tiffany. Plus, the FT’s Kiran Stacey will explain why US Senators are going after big social media groups ahead…
 
In tonight's edition: Four days after the deadly school attack in Kumba, in south-western Cameroon, traumatised locals remember the seven young lives lost. Authorities blame English-speaking separatists for the bloodshed. Also, opposition parties in Tanzania accuse police of fatally shooting at least nine people ahead of Wednesday's presidential el…
 
After a newborn baby was found abandoned in the toilets at Doha International Airport, 13 Australian women had to undergo a forced "genital examination" before boarding their flight from Doha to Sydney. The newborn is still unidentified, according to Hamad International Airport. In other news, Lebanon has its own version of "Lady Liberty": a new st…
 
In Colombia, the Minga Indigena movement converged on the capital Bogota last week to remind the government of its responsibilities in the face of drug dealers, cattle ranchers and dissident rebel groups that four years after a historic UN-brokered deal to end civil war still hold sway over vast swathes of the country's remote interior and continue…
 
Roumazières-Loubert is known as the "city of clay". This small town in France's western Charente region has been turning the precious raw material into tiles for more than a century. For 40 years, Bernadette has been passionate about working with clay and says the local factory has become her second home. A little further south, the town of Chalais…
 
On this week's episode, Nadim is joined by Dr Sami Atallah to discuss Hariri's appointment as PM-delegate, what to expect from his government, approaches to the economic crisis, the implications of an IMF deal, the downfall of the FPM, and expectations from the next Parliamentary elections. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/alt-frequen…
 
US stocks on Monday notched their biggest one-day drop in a month on fears that rising coronavirus infections will dampen business activity, and European banks get a lift from equities revenue. Plus, the FT’s China corporate tech reporter, Ryan McMorrow, explains how Alibaba is making a push into a crowded grocery delivery field. Alibaba to pay $3.…
 
This week, we head to the Thai capital Bangkok, which has been convulsed for weeks by anti-government protests. Social media has been vital to the protest movement – not just to organise demonstrations themselves, but also to help small businesses, who've come up with innovative ways to both support and benefit from the street movement. We tell you…
 
This week, we tell you more about the mysterious Robin Hood-like cyberattack, carried out by the hacking group Darkside, which is troubling authorities. The group has donated stolen money from victims to charities. We ask cybersecurity consultant and former member of the Anonymous group Jake Davis what he thinks of this latest attack.…
 
Pandemic-struck EU member states are worried about debt and are hesitant to reach for recovery fund loans, and a Covid-19 vaccine trial out of the University of Oxford and AstraZeneca has shown promise in a recent trial. Plus, the FT’s Peter Foster and Judith Evans explain what kind of complications will occur at the UK border after the Brexit tran…
 
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